Tag: Orthodox Christians

Russian priest arrested for having condemned the invasion of Ukraine

Together with 284 other priests, Rev. Burdin signed a letter which called for an end to the war.

Ukrainian Orthodox Christians believe in a brighter future despite war

Over 10 million have been displaced from their homes in Ukraine.

Russian airstrikes hit Ukrainian Orthodox monastery sheltering refugees

Ukraine President Volodymyr says he's ready to hold peace talks with Russia in Jerusalem

Radio broadcaster calls for Christian unity among Russian attack on Ukraine

Daniel Johnson argued that Christians in the U.S. have a "role to play" in ensuring peace in the region.

Cyprus religious leaders condemn party at historic monastery

It is the only Armenian monastery on the island and an important historical site for the community living there.

Deadly attack against church in Ethiopia

On the 5th of March, armed men, allegedly belonging to the Oromo Liberation Front, broke into an Orthodox church.

Mosaic representing Putin removed from Russian Orthodox military church

Another mosaic of former Soviet leader Josef Stalin has to be officially removed from the church.

Interview: Could the former basilica of Hagia Sophia again become a mosque?

The Great Cathedral of Hagia Sophia, was once the center of Eastern Orthodoxy, before being transformed into a mosque.

Orthodox Christians remain a persecuted religious minority in Kosovo

Hundreds of Christians continue to be threatened, murdered or forced into exile in this unstable region.

Greek Orthodox Christians express concerns over Turkish statements

The Order of St. Andrew, Archons of the Ecumenical Patriarchate, has expressed concerns about Greek Orthodox community in Turkey